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The Cleveland Cavaliers have contacted Phil Jackson for their open head coaching position, but would he be willing to take the job?
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A cute Lakers Fan makes the sign you see above, all in good fun. The reason is because she knows, Dwight Howard has multiple baby mamas that he doesn’t publicly acknowledge.
How does she know that? Because she read this story from BSO last year.
Dwight Howard’s Secret Baby Mamas Hope Alexa,Tiffany Render & Maybe More
Since that time Dwight has proven himself to be a known...
Hey remember a few years ago when the Cleveland Cavaliers decided that Mike Brown was not the guy to take their franchise to the next level and unceremoniously dumped him? Yeah, looks like they’re regretting that decision. After Byron Scott was fired a few days ago, the Cavs started looking for a new head coach in earnest, and their former head coach is firmly in the mix. Brown reportedly...
Since Kobe Bryant is still rehabbing from his torn ACL, it appears that he has been using his newfound time to detail his daily-goings on thanks to the realm of Twitter and Instagram.
At about midday Sunday, Kobe sent out the below tweet via Instagram and decided to provide a rather notable over share:
Clearly, this has to be among on of the greatest Tweets in history but...
With Kobe Bryant out for the season due to Achilles surgery, he has pretty much a lot of time on his hands since. One side effect has been his increased presence on social media. He did say he was going to act like #CoachVino on the sidelines and commentweet using his iPhone, and he did during Game 1 of their series against San Antonio. Here are some of his choice words of thought...
Phil Jackson has so many championship rings that when he first joined Twitter, he could not tweet properly. Perhaps he can add to his ring collection and win a championship [...]
There’s been a lot of rumbling ever since the Cavaliers let head coach Byron Scott go last week that it was possible that his predecessor Mike Brown may just get another look at the Cavaliers coaching gig. Some are strongly opposed to bringing a coach back for a second tour of duty, for that reason alone. Some are concerned that the same reasons that Brown was relieved of his job...
The Cavaliers are bringing back the most successful coach they've ever had.
Cleveland officially re-hired Mike Brown on Wednesday, bringing back a coach who guided them to five straight playoff appearances and their only trip to the NBA Finals before he was fired following the 2010 season.
Brown agreed in principle to the contract on Tuesday. The sides finalized a deal which...
After creating a stir with some questionable tweets during the Lakers’ Game 1 loss to Spurs in their playoff opener Kobe Bryant has decided to put his live tweeting of [...]
The Los Angeles Lakers have battled injuries, turmoil and lofty
expectations under a heavy spotlight all season, so excuse them if
they roll their eyes over the attention given to Kobe Bryant's
The prophecy made by Pete Townshend over 40-years-ago, may come to fruition in Cleveland on Wednesday; as the Cleveland Cavaliers could announce “Meet The New Boss, Same As The Old Boss.” It appears that novelist Thomas Wolfe was incorrect when he wrote “You Can’t Go Home Again,” according to a report from Cleveland sports-talk radio station “92.3 The Fan” on Tuesday...
It isn’t the Lakers if they aren’t surrounded by some off the court drama, right? A huge deal was made out of the fact that injured superstar Kobe Bryant was tweeting throughout the game 1 loss to the San Antonio Spurs. When head coach Mike D’Antoni was asked about it post-game he responded, “he’s a [...]
What a long, strange trip it's been. After a season marred with high expectations, disappointment, freak injuries, doubt, embarrassment, bad losses, team tragedy, the fall of the franchise face, and an impressive 28-12 run to nab that 7th playoff spot (thus avoiding the Oklahoma City Thunder juggernaut that's about to chew through Houston), the Lakers are at an odd crossroads...
Mike Brown, who coached the Cleveland Cavaliers for five seasons from 2005-2010, is expected to return and be named head coach again. Brown coached 71 games for the Lakers before being replaced by Mike D’Antoni 5 games into the 2012-13 season.
According to Jason Lloyd of the Akron Beacon Journal:
Mike Brown has emerged as the leading candidate to replace Byron Scott as #Cavs...
Tweet Mike Brown, who was fired by the Cleveland Cavaliers a couple years ago and most recently fired by the Los Angeles Lakers just five games into this season, is reportedly in line to replace Byron Scott as the Cavs next head coach: Cavaliers, Mike Brown are constructing a five-year contract, league source tells Y! [...]